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>> announcer: abds now and now, this is news 4 at 11:00. >> tonight, at 11:00, a local teenager tormented by bullies.
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they didn't even back down even though a tv camera was rolling. >> a woman found dead in her home. it was murder. >> dramatic video as severe weather rolls in and a homeowner runs for cover. >> our top story tonight, a maryland high school student berated by bullies. the latest attack was caught on tape. now he's speaking out and calling for changes within the frederick county school system. erica gonzalez has our report. >> reporter: this 15-year-old is your typical teenager. nowadays, he doesn't really look forward to going to brunswick high school in frederick county, maryland. he says he was being bullied during gym class last week, so he fought back. he got suspended, and his attacker, he says, didn't. >> the kids need the right
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consequence so they know not to do it again. >> reporter: that's not where this story ends. preston was getting ready to do an interview when he was attacked in front of the reporter. here he is dodging traffic just before getting pummelled, he says. >> one of them hit me in of my head and it hurt. >> full investigation is number one. that's step number one to find out what's going on. >> reporter: mom, cheryl, says her son has been bullied since the sixth grade and engh is enough. >> they have to make sure this stops now before someone gets seriously hurt or killed. >> in light of bullying awareness month, preston says he and his friends and family are going to help don the color orange.
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>> prosecutors in montgomery county will not seek the death penalty in a charge for a maryland man charged with killing his alleged wife. that announcement in pre-trial hearings against curtis low pez. lopez is charged in the deaths. if child was found dead in the woods. lopez's trial is expected to begin in january. >> new developments tonight in the death of a newspaper repo reportrepor reporter in virginia. for the first time, inves ga tors are revealing how she died and they're ruling it a murder. >> it's just horrible. >> reporter: sarah lee greenhall is filled with sadness on the anniversary of her daughter's brutal death. >> it's the violence that is shocking to me. >> reporter: this evening, the chief medical examiner's office
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in monassiss confirmed her daughter was murdered. >> we didn't know that in the beginning. the 48-year-old sarah greenhall, a rising star reporter in virginia. the county sheriff's investigator say she died from a gunshot wound to the neck. she lived alone. >> but there's nothing that can be done that's going to make it any better. >> reporter: and now we're bringing you closer to the story giving you a firsthand look of sarah greenhall's bag. her mother says this bag was in the fire. let me open it up. it smells like soot. this is a ra's camera. she took this photo in aftri. >> there she is right here jumping her pony. >> sarah reported on the frederick county republican. now the sheriff's office and the f.b.i. are working together. sarah's mother hopes they catch the killer.
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>> i would like for him to have some feeling of remorse for what he's done. he's taken away a wonderful, vibrant person. >> reporter: a person who made a positive difference in her community. in poolsville, maryland u i'm shomari stone, news 4. >> a resurgence for mitt romney. can he hold onto those poll numbers. new poll numbers have him up five points in the midwest including the crucial battleground state in ohio. gallop pollsters say some of the bump in the polls that romney got after the debate is starting to drop off a bit. the producers of sesame street have asked obama's campaign to take down the big bird advertisement. the add mocks mitt romney's vow to end federal funding for public broadcasting. romney says the president should spend more time on seersz issues.
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mean tile, michelle obama traveled today to try to appeal to female voters. >> are we good right there? we got somebody downright here. we get water. we're coming. help is on the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> mrs. obama advised the crowd to bend their knees while standing for long stretches. the first lady continued her speech touting her husband's work and making sure the stunts can get the financial aid they need. >> a u.s. district court judge set some tougher, new rules and warned him not to break them. brown was ordered to return to court today because he missed three required calls to court. he now has to be inside his house between 11:00 p.m. and
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6:30 in the morning and he must check in personally every week. the judge must allow brown to remain free until he is sentenced for felony bank fraud next month. >> jerry sandusky will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars. today, he was given a 30-60 year prison sentence for sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15 year period. he sat quietly as three of his victims read statements about the effects of his abuse. and then he delivered an almost 15-minute long stamt in which he denied neez disgusting acts. >> his statement today was a masterpiece of denial self delusion and without any acceptance of responsibility. >> sandusky's attorneys have 10 days to appeal and they say they plan on doing so. >> crews are putting the finishing touches on the field tonight.
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there's also a warning. jim rosenfield reports that you may want to think your commute on the roads or the rails if you go anywhere near nats park. >> game time is 1:05 tomorrow. and transportation officials say don't even think about waiting until the last minute. >> it's the calm before the first pitch. national's park is gus sied up tonight. people like this are ready. >> we're going to try to walk over from here around noon. >> there's no job to worry about? >> i'm on leave for the military right now. >> and a line drive to right field. >> so as the nats face the cards to home, congestion is in the cards for d.c. commuters. >> expect street closures right around the ballpark beginning at 7:00 a.m. and expanding at
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10:30. d-dot will have extra people as well as capital bike share. and metro's adding trains. >> and we are going to be running extra trains on the green line, as we do for most nationals's games. >> but as post game fans mix with afternoon commuters, you'll want to avoid gallery place. >> this is the best we've seen business be in 20 years. >> and if none of this scares you, there are still playoff tickets avlable for a price. >> if you want to sit somewhere really good, you're going to spend upwards of $200, $250 a seat. >> reporter: at nats park, jim ros ros rosenfield, news 4. >> we'd also like to see your fan photos.
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just send pictures of your family, pets or your house decked out for the nats. the address is natspicks@nbc >> a developing story in london tonight. british police have arrested two people on suspicion of terrorism charges. police say the man and woman arrived from egypt after being held for questioning. detectives are also searching two houses in east london as part of their investigation. it's been bart of an arrest as terrorist activity. tonight, the growing complaints for a local landlord. >> also, television hosts faints during a show. i'll tell you what the cohost did right after us. >> a surprise from severe storms. wait until you see this. >> nothing like that here, there's a lot of cloud cover but
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something else could greet you on your drive into work tomorrow morning.
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>> oh, wow. a woman taking video of a severe thunderstorm outside her house in naples, florida. all of the sudden, a bolt of lightning hit a tree and started a fire ball.
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it startled the dog. the homeowner says she was taking the video because she loves watching the rain, she says. >> growing complaints from renters about the living conditions in their apartments. the issues involve more than a thousand units in the apartments in langley park. renters say they're dealing with everything from holes in the floors and ceilings to bedbug infestations and the building's owners right-hand turn doing anything about it. >> we're not being responded to -- a crisis, that's now to the point of a civil right's crisis. >> a spokesman did not return calls for comment to news 4. prince george's county say they're aware of the issues and have given the management group until october 20th to get them fixed. >> it looks like a national's fan and investigators say the actions were very criminal tonight. the f.b.i. is asking for help. police say he held up the t.d.
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bank last friday. after the hold-up, the robert went out and hailed a taxi. >> for the first time ever, a person can pick up an hiv test in local drugstores. it costs about $40. people swab their mouths and you can get results in about 20 minutes. doctors are hoping the tests will encourage more people to check for hiv. but others say the price tag is too steep for low-income americans. >> it allows you to find out if they want to click on a special want button. people can see the wanted items and go to those online stores to buy them. so far, facebook is working with seven retailers including pottery barn and victoria secret. a qvc host didn't miss a beat in
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an on-air red action. watch when his co-host suddenly passed out on live tv. >> yep, he just kept on going while crew members came to help the host. she had low blood sugar and has since recovered. >> this is the time of year for this. take a look at this. this is off the coast of ocean city -- no, that's off the coast
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of hawaii. not even close to ocean city, but they did have some big-time surf. for these guys, what does that mean? hit the beach. that's exactly what they were doung. they're expecting more big waves tomorrow. a southwest swell coming in on the big island. by way, temperatures in hawaii. the next seven days in a row, 85 degrees. i looked at the forecast. 85 the next seven days in a row. that's why i'm your weather man. i'm not doing the weather in honolulu. the wet ir did change a little bit. up 10 degrees from where we were yesterday. we were almost 10 degrees higher at 64 degrees. a lot of you said you didn't really notice a difference because of all of the cloud cover that we saw. it was still fairly cool. out there right now, 59 degrees. a dew point of 52. a lot of moisture in the
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atmosphere. the clouds starting to lower. only about 3 miles an hour. but that is going to allow for some more cloud cover. and the potential is there for drizzle overnight and into your morning. right now, very cool out to the west. we're already seeing some clearing skies around winchester and martinsburg. this is the area we could see some fog. this is the area we could see more cloud cover and some drizzle. so heads up. no matter where you are tomorrow mornin morning, we could run into a few problems. the rain not going to show up on radar. it seldom does. it's not going to be heavy. it's that light mist from time to time. cloud cover, you can see that streaming on in here and bringing some shower activity into new jersey. for us, it's that low clouds and
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drizzle. temperatures tonight, about average for this time of year. tomorrow, we start to see things shift a little bit. we see a frontal boundary move in and southwest winds move in, too. that's going to get rid of all of the cloud cover. that's going to create a very nice day for tomorrow afternoon. i think tomorrow, we'll get close to 70 degrees with plenty of sunshine. high pressure moves in on thursday. we cool off a little bit, but we also see more sunshine. thursday also looking like a pretty nice day. tomorrow morning, mostly cloudy. patchy fog. of course, you can't end the day without talking about the national's forecast tomorrow and the cardinals and game three. 1:00, actually first pitch at 1:07. 67 degrees under partly sunny skies.
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you might want to take the jacket just in case you're in the shade most of the day. 64 on your thursday, pretty nice day there. 67 on friday and saturday. it will be quite chilly each morning as we are moving farther into fall. and then, sunday, 75 as summer is trying to make a little bit of a comeback. 75 not exactly summer like. but compared to what we've seen the last few days, 75 will feel nice and warm. >> a big thank you to prince george's community college which presented us with a partners for success award tonight. tonight's event was held at the gaylord report in national harbor. ♪
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>> announcer: this is the xfinity sports desz k. your home for the most live sports. we're homers and we're proud of it. is he ready? we're good to go. >> what does it say? ignite your nattitude? i rov it. it makes me feel tough, though, if i could do the bryce harper ultimate warrior thing. i don't know if that comes in that sticker form. not for me, no. >> stop while you're ahead, dude. >> history will be made tomorrow afternoon in the national's park where the nationals host their first playoff game in the
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district. -- stop laughing. since 19334. the nashlgs facing the cardinals in game three of the national league division series. edwin jackson pitching for the nationals. chris carpenter gets the call for the cards. workout today this afternoon. davj johnson and mike rizzo taking it in. he's battling strep throat. the fateam returns home for gam three, four and potentially five. a lighthearted loot, no doubt. i think that's why we worked so hard during the regular season. we split and gave ourselves a chance to come home and went a series. if we do that like we've done a lot this year, then we'll be in a good place. >> you're in a situation where you're playing home for three
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games and you've got to win the series. i think we've done a good job of winning the series at home. >> all right. here we go. the next three games all at nashlgs park. tomorrow's game starts at 1:07. game four slated for 4:07. if the tiger's series wraps up tonight, it will be moved back to 5:07. and then if the nats and cards go to decisive game 5, that will be a prime time affair, 8:37. that's what we're talking ablt. fans in cincinnati pumped up. bottom of the first. jay bruce is at the plate. the reds take a 1-0 lead over the san francisco giants.
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top of the seventh. >> the game is tied so we're going to extra innings. two men on base, reds fans working for a third out. squoth roland is a golden glove winner. >> it's up to the bronx for the birds. the birds took down the camden yards. tomorrow night, a pitcher who was regarded by the red sox. we all trust each other here. we're all grown men. we've had our lumps and bumps along the way. it's one of those team atmospheres where we've all got each other's backs.
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i've never been in a clubhouse like that before. it's a little bit more special and fun. >> finally, when you're the worst kicker in the nfl, your shelf life is not very long. the red skins have sign ed kyde to replace him. when is the last time the let me tell you how i will create 12 million jobs
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when president obama couldn't. first, my energy independence policy means more than three million new jobs. many of them in manufacturing. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates seven million more.
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and expanding trade, cracking down on china, and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message.
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